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Live Music

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A few places where you can showcase your band as well as a list of bigger venues to go & check out your favorites bands. Live music nights are promoted either by the venue itself or an independent promoter. Tickets are to be purchased on the night or in advance

London Arena
Based in the Docklands, huge London Arena offers 9000m2 of space for conferences, expiations, music ceremonies & concerts for leading artists such as Bob Dylan.
Capacity 10,000

Bush Hall
Corner of Uxbridge Road and Arminger Road in Shepherd's Bush, The Bush Hall, which was built in 1905, has reopened early 2003 and has been featuring a wide range of artists e.g Alanis Morissette The venue provides tuition throughout the week involving music, dance and drama for children as well as, recording, equipment& venue hire facilities Membership available.
Capacity 350 seats.

Shepherd's Bush Empire
Opened in 1903, Shepherd's Bush Empire venue's two balconies enjoy excellent stage views. Staged bands such as Blur, The Charlatans, Radiohead, The Kinks, Primal Scream as well as dance, pop & comedy acts
Capacity 2,000 seating & standing
Bar facilities
Back Stage Bar capacity 150 to 200 people

Hammersmith Apollo
Originally opened in 1932 as a cinema, The Apollo is a two level theatre style venue which has been featuring world's leading artists such as U2, Bob Marley & many more. Capacity 3719 & 24 hour parking.

The Royal Albert Hall
Opened in 1871 in Kensington for its first concert, The Royal Albert Hall has long served as one of London's most prominent and prestigious entertaining venues. Pop and rock events are also held regularly & featured artists such as Phil Collins, Eric Clapton and Bryan Adams
Hire, bar, daytime function rooms, conference, facilities
Capacity 4,000+ seating

The Royal Festival Hall
Situated on the South Bank , The Royal Festival Hall opened in 1961 & is managed by The South Bank Centre. The latter also manages Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth hall, the Purcell Room, the Hayward Gallery, Jubilee Gardens and Hungerford Car Park.
The Royal Festival Hall covers a multicultural variety of domestic & international concerts, shows and performances of all genres.
It offers a wide range of facilities & quotes vary accordingly
Capacity 2,895 seating

Wembley Arena
One of the most famous indoor music venue in the UK. Opened in 1934, Wembley Arena remains the must-play venue for artists of all genres. Celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, Wembley Arena has hosted virtually every major performer since the sixties, as well as many international sports and entertainments events.
Offers a wide range of facilities e.g. catering outlets, food & refreshment areas, 20 dressing rooms and production offices, extensive backstage parking areas.
Huge range of sound & lighting facilities. Quotes vary accordingly.
11,500 seating capacity

Please note that work on the new-look Wembley arena is due to start early 2005.

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